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Ghost Gunfighter
High Tomb / Last Chance

USA 1995
produced by
Sean Williams for Sea Dog Productions
directed by Scott Gulbrandsen
starring Chuck Williams, Stacie Randall, Jeff Burr
written by Chuck Williams, Judy Mathai, music by Jay Woelfel

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A sextet of youngsters - three boys, three girls - want to go to Mexico to party, but their car breaks down on a deserted dust road, and they think they are lucky to make it to a ghost town where a spooky caretaker even gives them accomodation in the local hotel. Thing is, there's a ghost roaming the ghost town, a ghost gunfighter (hence the title), and before you know it, he has killed the caretaker and half of the teen gang. The other half finds out the secret of the ghost gunfighter, which weirdly enough is reenacted everyday at noon: He was a cowboy actor named Dylan madly in love with Jessica (Stacie Randall), the leading lady of the film they were shooting in the ghost town many years back. Jessica though was in love with her co-star Charleston, so Dylan decided to load his gun with real bullets for the showdown of the film and shoot pretty much everybody on set.

Fortunately for the surviving teens, one of them, Heather, looks exactly like Jessica (and is thus also played by Stacie Randall), and when the events are once again reenacted at noon, she dresses like her and distracts Dylan. And since the teens were also clever enough to have his real bullets re-replaced with blanks, the whole affair soon turns to their favour, and ultimately they manage to kill the ghost gunfighter ... upon which all the killed teens come back to life again and they continue their way to Mexico to party ...


Yet another cheaply made slasher movie from a period when slasher movies have run their course and the genre hasn't made its comeback yet. Now all this is not bad in itself, Ghost Gunfighter the movie however is, a film that invests next to no new ideas into its tried and true story and is carried by actors who seriously lack talent, characters that hardly exceed cardboard quality and a directorial effort that is at best functional. And even the Western elements that could have meant a welcome change from the stale formula do surprisingly little to distinguish the film from others of its ilk.

Not worth your time and money.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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